Re: advertising for an AI product manager with a salary up to $900,000
I'm sure pretty soon there will be an AI agent for that too.
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It would be nice if the article was written by someone who actually knew what they were writing about.
That 0.02% share of Widlfly comes from a site that compares a Java application server to HTTP servers like Nginx and Apache HTTPD. Like comparing apples to oranges.
Just copy'n'pasting whatever comes first on googling, eh?
From the article ...
"...The infection starts with a phishing email that contains a Microsoft Office attachment named Geos-Rates[.]docx that, when opened, downloads a malicious template file that contains an obfuscated VBA macro..."
Once again Microsoft Office is what allows things to happen... sigh...
>>> Those accidents shouldn't have happened
Well, no accident should ever have happened, but they do. They will always happen. That's the definition of an accident.
The only difference of a plumbing accident and a nuclear accident is that the latter has a rather more lasting effect on human life and affects a slightly wider area.
When nuclear plants start to appear in any conceivable place and accidents start happening making large swathes of our planet uninhabitable for an undetermined amount of time, are we supposed to play Judge Dread and convene into Mega-Cities ?
The HDD shall rise again !
(icon because data are our present $eity)
...now that I think about it, it's not too late to switch to papyrous...
- long-term detention of data - check
- constant performance characteristics over long periods of time - check
- cheap long-term storage - check
- readily available - check
- simplicity of read/write mechanisms - check
- fault-tolerance - check
There you have it then.
An aggressive release schedule such as Fedora's would not allow for testing even if there were a big warehouse for all hardware.
There isn't even enough time to test for all software combinations that people have put into their machines.
Are you still wondering why such a release cadence makes people nervous?
As is mentioned by another fellow Fedora is in a perpetual beta. There are other more stable distributions out there.
Isn't DuckDuckGo using Bing! in the background? So apart from privacy (questionable), you never get what you wanted. No surprise Google comes first.
And yes, I did use DuckDuckGo for a couple of years before it went Bing!.
Unhappy because the choice is good results but no privacy vs bad quality searches.
IIRC Samsung SmartTVs have been doing that for a number of years. I think LG as well.
For example: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/09/if-you-have-a-smart-tv-take-a-closer-look-at-your-privacy-settings.html and elsewhere
Icon because it only does so with the best of intentions.
In the meantime, I am sure you have noticed that none of the affected enterprises, namely Apple, Amazon and SuperMicro, have done anything substantial against Bloomberg other than whining.
Now if the impact on the financials is what it seems and the allegation is false, surely one might expect a more definitive action right?
Instead, everyone hopes that it will soon be forgotten just like Spectre and Meltdown.
Which leads me to the conclusion that either the Bloomberg story (at least the core of it) is indeed correct or that no company involved is actually sure that what is described in the story could not have happened. Which basically means that the story has a high chance of been correct.
Icon because Windows users have been willingly subjected to the spy treatment all along since 10. One spy more doesn't make that much of a difference.
So the BREXITeers have discovered the mythical pot that would automagically lead us to prosperity, happiness, peace and love for all.
Strange. I seem to remember that the morning after the referendum the 350m/week claim was promptly denied and shortly after that all political leaders resigned their party positions.
When are you going to realize that you've been had?
Science icon as it seems to require an extraordinary mind to just remember the facts
"a system that is more friendly to copyright holders" although may not sound bad initially, will in the end favour existing media-barons as the ones having the biggest arsenal of copyrighted material.
This will turn the interwebs into a traditional news outlet that is so much loved by everybody.
OTOH, the existing mentality that everything is free for grabs does not give anyone its rightful piece of the pie.